Nov 29, 2019
Today’s episode discusses: Why drugmakers cut prices by an average of 65% to qualify for sought-after China list; Shanxi province to wean itself off coal with a ‘hydrogen valley,’ Beijing announces new waste sorting rules.
Nov 28, 2019
Today’s episode discusses: The first targets of China’s campaign against cryptocurrency; How China’s stock market reacted to U.S. support of Hong Kong protesters; ‘Playground burial’ murder case was concealed by a web of corruption for 16 years.
Nov 27, 2019
This episode discusses: Pig farmers' struggle driven by insufficient government subsidies and unreliable insurance; The bold plans behind China’s latest ‘artificial sun’ fusion reactor.
Nov 26, 2019
Today’s episode discusses: 13% of China’s banks and financing firms labeled highly risky by PBOC; Alibaba jumps 8% in a landmark share sale in Hong Kong.
Nov 25, 2019
Today’s episode discusses: China plans stricter crackdown on intellectual property violations as part of its trade war truce; Anti-corruption investigation of former senior government official sends ripples through Inner Mongolia.